Goat porn

Oct. 27th, 2014 12:24 pm
captpackrat: (Goat)
What are you goats doing? )
captpackrat: (MLP Surprise)
Apparently the new POP MLP toy line from Hasbro is anatomically correct.

They even come with tailplugs.  I think I've discovered a new fetish.
captpackrat: (Packrat)

"Egg salad again?"


"Now Billy, you know that ever since the giant chickens came, there's been nothing else to eat but eggs."

captpackrat: (Cooking - Hell's Kitchen)

Gefilte fish + Pinto Beans = a lethal combination
captpackrat: (Camera)
Been busy the past two months so I fell really far behind on uploading photos.

You probably shouldn't be reading your e-mail on the computer that runs your digital ad boards.

The aftermath of Red Lobster's Endless Shrimp.  I broke my record this year, 10 plates of shrimp.  I definitely got my money's worth this time.

MLP activity book.  I almost bought it.

Balls are touching

I'm gonna start working on that plan to end all life on earth, OK?

Use the Brawny, Luke!

Bunny Bubbles
captpackrat: (Evil Clown)


No, he's not creepy at all!

I was recently working on a project to migrate a school district's computers from Novell to Active Directory.  While walking about a high school late one night searching for machines that failed to migrate, I entered a darkened classroom.  I shined my flashlight about the room, and suddenly illuminated a bed with a body in it!

This is what the room looked like when brightly lit, imagine what it would look like in the dark with just a pocket flashlight.
captpackrat: (WTF?)
All in the same show!  Holy Jinkies!

captpackrat: (END OF LINE)

This comic is just soooooo wrong.  (It's work safe, though!)

I mean, first of all, on the very first page, I think I've seen those three in a porn pic on FurAffinity.  Or at least they look like they're from some furry porn image.

Yes, let's search the Internet for the word "zoo".  That should be highly educational.

I want to know what the complete Tiger Web Site is about....

The Internet is GREAT!


Apr. 24th, 2010 09:31 pm
captpackrat: (WTF?)
I just noticed this.

captpackrat: (Scuzz the Rat)
Last week my roommate's car broke down.  It turned out a mouse had chewed through the air filter and damaged the Mass Air Flow (MAF) sensor.  It cost about $300 to have repaired.

Today, on a hunch, he checked under the hood before heading out.  Sure enough, something had chewed half-way through the air filter.  He didn't have a spare, so we decided to use his truck to do the shopping instead.

We opened the hood of the truck, only to discover a decapitated mouse head on one side of the engine compartment.  We then found a tail on the other side.  And there was fur and goo smeared all over the inside of the fan housing.  Someone picked a bad place to make a nest.  Yikes!

We went out and bought a replacement filter and some metal screen material.  When we got home, we discovered the hole in the air filter went all the way through now.  The mouse had chewed the rest of the way through the filter in the few hours that we were gone.  Which meant the mouse was probably still in the long, intricately curved intake hose.

My roommate cut the metal mesh to fit into the air box, while I got some paper towels, soaked them with balsam fir and peppermint oils and stuffed them into the air box.  Hopefully the mesh will keep the mouse out of the engine while the scent of the fir and peppermint should drive the mouse out of the air intake.

I've been treating the inside of my car with balsam fir and peppermint and the mice seem to have stayed away this winter.  The stuff's a bit expensive (about $15 for each bottle), but that's a lot cheaper than the $100+ to have someone clean out the air vents.
captpackrat: (END OF LINE)
Did you know that the word ghoti is pronounced fish?
captpackrat: (END OF LINE)
I was trying to clean up my settings in Firefox and someone suggested editing the prefs.js file directly instead of going through about:config, so I tried it. One of the entries I found was:

user_pref("‚", "Lou Ferrigno?");


May. 27th, 2009 07:23 pm
captpackrat: (Nosey)
I was watching TV tonight when they ran a commercial for a nasal spray called Patanase and as usual, I wasn't really paying attention.  When they ran through the list of possible side effects, my subconscious picked up on one of them, giving me a "wait, did they say what I think they said?" moment.  Fortunately, I was watching the show on my computer, so I just backed up a few seconds and ran through it again.  And again.  And again, just to make sure.  Yup, I heard it right the first time.

"Hole in the nasal septum."

Holes.  In your nose.

This drug can put holes in your nose!

Wow.  That's almost as bad as anal leakage.

captpackrat: (Size-Case)
I've said it before and I'll say it again.  The Japanese are freaking insane.
captpackrat: (TIME:  In Rod We Trust)
Pride and Prejudice and Zombies: The Classic Regency Romance - Now with Ultraviolent Zombie Mayhem!

Product Description
"Pride and Prejudice and Zombies" features the original text of Jane Austin's beloved novel with all-new scenes of bone crunching zombie action.

What Do Customers Ultimately Buy After Viewing This Item?
56% buy the item featured on this page: Pride and Prejudice and Zombies: The Classic Regency Romance - Now with Ultraviolent Zombie Mayhem!
14% buy The Cook's Illustrated How-to-Cook Library: An illustrated step-by-step guide to Foolproof Cooking
captpackrat: (Size-Case)
The Japanese are so freaking weird.
captpackrat: (Homer in the Land of Chocolate)
I wandered into Cost Plus World Market today. I really should stop going in there, because I always end up spending way too much. Anywho, I was looking through the chocolate aisle when I came across a bar of Lindt Chili. Chili and chocolate, they should go together really well, so i bought a bar to try it out.

And then I saw it. Something that made me fear for the future of the human race.


Bacon Chocolate.



So I bought some. I haven't tried it yet, I'll wait until my SO gets home from his business trip so I can share the horror with him.

Clicky for large size.
captpackrat: (Professor Frink)

I did a Google search for the phrase "solar powered snail", and found 446 hits.  Is this like a common item in the UK or something?
captpackrat: (i<3π)
When I bought my new phone, I opted for the "Phone as Modem" plan.  For an extra $25 a month, I can get high speed internet access on my phone and on any computer I plug into the phone.  Sprint installed a new tower nearby just a few months ago.  I was getting 100-200 Kb download speeds until a couple days ago when they must have upgraded the tower to EV-DO Rev A.  Now I'm getting 800-900Kb download speeds, only slightly slower than our usual ISP.

Anywho, because our usual ISP has been flaky of late, I've been relying more and more on my phone for my Internet connection.

Today I noticed that google.com keeps redirecting me to google.ca.  And when I tried to go to Google Maps, it redirected me to the Canadian version.

I switched over to Microsoft's Virtual Earth and tried using the "Locate Me" function.  It shows that I'm in Toronto, Canada, somewhere near the corner of Kennedy Road and Eglinton Avenue East.

Gee, I didn't know Canada had so many cornfields.

Flying low

Oct. 7th, 2007 03:41 am
captpackrat: (Ratmobile)

Must be the premium gas.

EDIT:  Checking my records, I've had that GPS for almost exactly 3 years and 9 months.  So applying a little math to the above numbers, that's about 15 miles and 28 minutes in the car per day.  I'm not sure when I reached 0.8 Mach.


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